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Inspired by their story, and building on the best of their advertising, we crafted Verbal Design Principles to help them be upfront, remove the fluff, and bring in smart and timely humor when appropriate not just in advertising, but everywhere. To speak universally in a way that reflected something essential about E*TRADE — and was right for E*TRADE and nike roshe run flyknit mineral teal for sale

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The connected age is the heyday of utility. From gadgets to apps, it’s all about making it more useful, more efficient, faster, which often means building a digital interface through which we interact with a brand. But pure function, as activated by interface or otherwise, can be cold, inhuman , putting distance between people and the brands that seek to connect with them. But Verbal Design can change the picture, allowing humanity and utility to both coexist and strengthen each other.

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. Music is so personal, but streaming services tend to lack heart, because algorithms, not people , do all the work. Jimmy Iovine and Trent Reznor asked R/GA to bring curation by real people into the way we consume music today, to capture the beauty that the mixtape represented twenty years ago, when somebody carefully hand-picked songs just for you , because he or she knew you’d love them. So was born Beats Music, a beautifully human experience that hinged on a beautifully human verbal approach: “the sentence.”

Because “the sentence” reflects the humanity of music, streaming became useful and human for the first time. And people went crazy for it: the app hit #1 on the iTunes music charts at launch on January 21, 2014, achieved 1.5 billion impressions on social media, and inspired a fan to create a Tumblr to share the best “sentences.” Beats Music was so successful that it was acquired by Apple Music in April of 2014, and while the interface has evolved since, there’s still a lot of love (and pining) for “the sentence.”

While it wasn’t called Verbal Design back then, that’s exactly what it was. And it taught us that it’s essential to develop language and experience in tandem, to ensure they reflect and support each other — and demonstrated what they, together, can do.

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But getting the rest needed to get rid of lower back pain while sleeping can be quite the challenge. Some wake up with worse back pain in the morning than when they hit the sheets.

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By equipment, we’re talking the right mattress and pillow for you and your sleeping style and possibly a back brace for extra support while sleeping.

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Up until recently, it was thought that those dealing with lower back pain in the morning should switch to a firmer mattress. But experts have moved away from that one-solution-fits-all thought process.

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